Norman: University of Oklahoma Press , 1966. First edition. Hardcover. 2 vol. Large 8vo. , vii-xxviii, , 3-464; , vii-xiii, , 3-449,  pp. Beige cloth with gold and silver lettering blocked in black on the spine, black lettering on the spines. Housed in a black slipcase with an olive green paper label printed in black on each side. Volume one illustrated by sixty-eight plates (four of which are double-sided), two full-page maps, and four fold-out maps; volume two is illustrated with eight double-sided plates and two fold-out maps. Edited and annotated by Donald Jackson. Zebulon Pike, the namesake of Colorado's Pike's Peak, was an explorer and cartographer of the Western half of the United States. He visited St. Anthony Falls, the Rocky Mountains, the Mississippi River, and other great natural landmarks. These journals contain his perspective on his life's work while on the trail. A nice set of Western Americana. Near Fine. Item #00009508
Books are Near Fine each with a tiny push to the top textblock, slipcase is Near Fine.